Training for Multiple Orgasms

Monday, January 09, 2017
Training for Multiple Orgasms


It’s a hot summer night and your sweaty body is sliding against hers. The increasing sounds of sexy moans echo in the room; she’s getting closer to her climax, and she tells you to push harder! Your body is in overdrive mode, you’re trying to give her the biggest orgasm she can have…. She climaxes and collapses onto the bed. End of story… or is it?


You can give her that same climax over and over again in no time at all, keeping her orgasm alive for more than half an hour. And if you’re really good, you can keep it longer. How? With multiple orgasms!


An orgasm is a climax of increased excitement building up to a point of a “blast” of ecstasy, during which huge amounts of endorphins (the hormone responsible for the feeling of pleasure) fill the body with a burst of adrenaline, accompanied by short contractions of the sex muscle in bursts of about 0.8 seconds. An orgasm for a female is amplified approximately 9 times than that of a male since the body of a female is much more sensitive... literally.


A woman’s body hosts about 25,000 nerve cells dedicated to sexual pleasure, compared to about 4,000 in a man’s, making an orgasm much more pleasurable for a woman. And if that’s not enough, women have the ability to have multiple orgasms. Unlike most men, females have the ability to have another orgasm within a minute or two from their first one, and then another and another. That is… if they train for it.


Although age is a factor, older women have tendencies to have more orgasms than younger women. Multiple orgasms can occur with the proper training and a skilled companion. Of course, women link their sexual experiences with their emotions much more than men. Physiologically, a woman needs an appropriate atmosphere and an adequate emotional state to have pleasurable sexual intercourse, while most of us men instantly drop track and go for it.


The key to multiple orgasms lies in the hands of both partners. On the female side, she has to be relaxed and in the mood for sexual intercourse, and she has to be with a partner that she relates to emotionally. On the other hand, her partner has to be patient with intercourse. It’s not the 20-minute bang everyone thinks. It’s a long process that needs a lot of foreplay and constant stimulation to the clitoris and the vagina. Most positions in sex don’t provide proper stimulation to the clitoris, which is a key part for having an orgasm.


Both partners should be in constant communication, where the woman should lead her man into her first orgasm. After that, stimulation of the clitoris and sexual intercourse shouldn’t stop. Instead, it should go on until the next orgasm occurs a couple of minutes later. But be careful; sexual stimulation varies from one woman to the other, so communication is very important. It’s crucial to know what a woman wants and how she feels.


This process is not something you can do overnight. This is an actual sexual-fitness exercise that allows a woman - and her partner of course - to know her body better. And with each time they do it, she will have more orgasms at a faster rate, with a more explosive feel, satisfying both partners more and more.


This experience is a true physical inspiration for all eager people wanting to break the taboo traditions that were bestowed upon us from earlier generations. After all, we are discovering our human nature and the wonders it withholds. And what better way to do it than by adding more pleasure to what’s already pure pleasure?


Did you know…?


Recent research indicates that with proper training, males can attain multiple orgasms… given the fact that the orgasm occurs without ejaculation.


Women take longer to reach their orgasm than men, and the female orgasm lasts much longer than a male’s.


A female can have 2 types of orgasms from stimulating 2 different sexual parts: the clitoris (more common) and the G-spot. The best orgasm a man can give a woman is to combine the stimulation of both points.


Men reach their sexual peak at the age of 14, and it decreases at a very slow rate lasting sometimes up to 70 years of age, while women reach their sexual peak at 30.